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Organic Market @ Salcedo Village

We woke up earlier than usual today because daughter is craving for pancakes. Alas, it's almost 11am by the time we got to Jollibee so no more breakfast. We then went straight to the Organic Market at Salcedo Village in Makati.

And daughter got lucky because there's someone there selling pancakes! I ordered seafood pasta and seafood paella (Una Mas) for me and hubby. We washed it down with Carabao's milk (regular and choco flavor). I wanted to buy veggies and some food items like vigan longganisa and ensaymadas but we plan to go to the mall and the food might spoil. However, we decided to buy plants instead (at the back of Cityland Pasong Tamo) and ended up in nearby Cash and Carry for our grocery supplies.

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